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Lackawanna, Luzerne, Susquehanna, Wyoming Counties, PA May 18, 2010 Election
 Smart Voter Lee D. Jamison

Candidate for
State Representative; District 114; Republican Party

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Biographical Highlights
  • Party: Republican
  • Occupation: mason
  • 6 years masonry training,various contractors
  • created my own masonry business @ age 23
  • !2 yrs. Newton Township Supervisor Jan. 1994 -Dec. 2005
  • co-founder- Abington Council of Governments,1998 - to present
  • founder-Scranton-Abington Planning Association,2003 - to present (
  • Newton Township Auditor 2006 to present
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Top Priorities if Elected
  • Reform of Spending / Taxing Policies
  • Improvement of employment opportunities
  • Improvement in laws/regulations regarding Marcellus Gas
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Key Endorsements
  • Scranton Times Editorial March 16, 2000 supporting co-op purchasing
  • Scranton Times Editorial July 16, 2009 supporting Scranton - Abington Plan
  • Times Editorial Jan. 2010 supporting adoption of SAPA Plan
Position Papers
Reform of spending/taxing policies
My ultimate long term goal is the total elimination of all property taxes.The scope of work needed in this effort is almost beyond comprehension. Virtually every line of the budget needs to be scrutinized, and efficiencies must be improved. Public awareness and support are critical to success. Currently, there is no incentive for government to become more efficient or creative in dealing with an entire galaxy of reoccurring and ever more expensive problems.
Improving Employment Opportunities
In 1977, at age 23, I founded my own masonry construction business. At that time, very few high paying jobs were available. Today, 33 years later, things are much worse!!
Improvement of Laws/Regulations of Marcellus Gas
The State Legislature has failed us again,this time by neglecting to adequately prepare Pennslyvania for the development of the Marcellus Gas resource.
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